Respect for a nation in mourning, and safety risks, pushed the maker of the game that sparked a global craze to postpone the date by a few days at least.
A search of the computer of the man who killed 84 people on Friday showed no connection to Islamic State, but a taste for really violent stuff.
The British prime minister could be gushing in his praise for the American president, but very much aware that the Iraq war could ruin their legacy in history.
French and Belgian authorities are engaged in a standoff with at least two suspects in a suburb south of Brussels.
Amnesty International says batteries in products made by Apple, Samsung, and others contain cobalt mined by kids in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The student also threatened to kill a French imam known for his moderate stance and closeness to the French Jewish community.
Canceled flights, a lull in bookings and heightened security at Paris airports have made a significant dent in the airline's activities.
The gunman, identified as a 26-year-old Moroccan, was known to French intelligence agencies. Police searching his bags found several other weapons and razor blades.
A court in the southern city of Nice has taken town officials to task over two cakes, which the court has deemed “an affront to human dignity.”
In the latest twist in a two-week trial that has seen the former head of the International Monetary Fund’s sexual proclivities laid bare, the prosecutor said the investigation had failed to establish the 65-year-old’s guilt.
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